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[texts][Logbook of the Navy (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by George F. Bauldry, on voyage from 7 Oct. 1869-14 Sept. 1871] - Navy (Bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific Ocean; 1869 Oct. 7-1871 Sept. 14; Includes whale stamps; Repository also has microfilm of the log (Reel 15); Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by George F. Bauldry, on voyage from 7 Oct. 1869-14 Sept. 1871 when bark was abandoned in Arctic; Owner-agent: J.B. Wood
Keywords: Bauldry, George F; J.B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Ice--Arctic regions; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; J.B. Wood
Downloads: 48
[texts][Benjamin Tucker (Ship), of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Daniel B. Wood, kept by Daniel A. Chappell, on voyage from 1849 July 18-1851 June 1] - Benjamin Tucker (Ship)
Log, kept by Daniel A. Chappell, relating to a whaling voyage to the Pacific and Arctic oceans and Japan Sea; Includes whale stamps, accounts, list of ships spoken to, and poems; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Daniel B. Wood, on voyage from 18 July 1849-1 June 1851; owner-agent: Charles R. Tucker & Company; built at Rochester, Mass., 1839.
Keywords: Wood, Daniel B; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Japan, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Chappell, Daniel A
Downloads: 7
[texts][Logbook of the Arnolda (Ship) of New Bedford, mastered by William Thatcher Hawes, on voyage from Dec. 1863-Apr. 1867] - Arnolda (Ship)
Log, kept by William Thatcher Hawes, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific Ocean; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by William Thatcher Hawes, on voyage from on voyage from Dec. 1863-Apr. 1867 to the North Pacific and Western Arctic whaling grounds; owner-agent: James B. Wood & Co.; built at Mattapoisett, Mass., 1844
Keywords: James B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Globicephala; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Hawes, William,$d1805-1885
Downloads: 9
[texts][Logbook of the Gay Head (Ship) of New Bedford, mastered by William H. Kelley, on voyage from 26 Oct. 1870-1871] - Gay Head (Ship)
Log, kept by Robert P. Gifford, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by William H. Kelley, on voyage from 26 Oct. 1870-1871 to the 36/36, coast of Chile, and Arctic Ocean whaling grounds; owner-agent: James B. Wood & Co.; built at Rochester, N.Y., 1852
Keywords: Kelley, William H; James B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Killer whale; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Gifford, Robert P
Downloads: 10
[texts][Logbook of the Navy (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass.; mastered by Andrew S. Sarvent, kept by Andrew S. Sarvent on voyage from 10 Aug. 1859-18 Apr. 1864] - Navy (Ship); Sarvent, Andrew S., logkeeper
Log, kept by Andrew S. Sarvent, relating to a whaling voyage to the Pacific and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1859 Aug. 10-1863 Aug. 1; Includes whale stamps, crew list, list of whales seen or taken, list of goods bought at Yokohama, and record of letters sent home to wife; Repository also has microfilm of the log (Reel 14); Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Andrew S. Sarvent, on voyage from 10 Aug...
Keywords: J.B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Yokohama-shi (Japan)--Description and travel; Crew lists; Illustrations; Logbooks
Downloads: 45
[texts][Logbook of the Gay Head (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by William Lowen, on voyage from 20 Oct. 1856-28 Aug. 1860] - Gay Head (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Sea of Okhotsk; 1856 Oct. 20-1860 Aug. 28; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, mutiny, and punishment on ship; and whale stamps and list of provisions used.Other places represented include Honolulu, Maui, Oahu, Aitutaki Atoll, Raroto
Keywords: Lowen, William; J.B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Seafaring life; Ships--Equipment and supplies; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Aitutaki Atoll (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Islands, Bay of (N.Z.)--Description and travel; Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pitcairn Island--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; J.B. Wood
Downloads: 208
[texts][Logbook of the Navy (Ship) out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Andrew S. Sarvent, kept by Nelson C. Haley and John D. Dimond on voyage 10 Aug. 1859-18 Apr. 1864] - Navy (Ship); Dimond, John D., logkeeper; Haley, Nelson Cole, 1832-1900, logkeeper
Log, kept by Nelson C. Haley and John D. Dimond, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans, Okhotsk Sea, Chukchi Sea, and Gulf of Sakhalin; 1859 Aug. 10-1863 Aug. 30; I
Keywords: Sarvent, Andrew S; J. B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Ships--Equipment and supplies; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Chukchi Sea--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Fatu Hiva (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Hawaii--Description and travel; Hilo (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Saipan--Description and travel; Sakhalin, Gulf of (Russia)--Description and travel; Wake Island--Description and travel; Yokohama-shi (Japan); Illustrations; Logbooks; J. B. Wood
Downloads: 165
[texts][Logbook of the Cleone (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John E. Simmons and Daniel D. Wood (starting homebound on 28 Dec. 1861), on voyage from 4 Oct. 1858-3 Aug. 1862] - Cleone (Bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans, and Okhotsk Sea; 1858 Oct. 4-1862 Aug. 3; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, ships spoken to, indigenous people, crew members illnesses including scurvy and tuberculosis, accidents and death at sea, punishment on ship, ship stuck in Arctic ice, rescues, and C
Keywords: Kehew, John; Maxfield, Edmund; Simmons, John E., shipmaster; Wood, Daniel D; Ice--Arctic regions; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Scurvy; Seafaring life; Ship captains' spouses; Tuberculosis; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whalers (Persons)--Health and hygiene; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts; New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Prince of Wales, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Tonga--Description and travel; Accounts; Advertisements; Crew lists; Drawings; Inventories; Logbooks
Downloads: 76
[texts][Logbook of the Alfred Gibbs (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Isaac H. Jenney, kept by William W. Allen, on voyage from 1851 Nov. 13-1854 July 20] - Alfred Gibbs (Ship); Allen, William W., logkeeper

Keywords: Jenney, Isaac H; Wood & Nye (New Bedford, Mass.); Abraham Barker (Ship); Alexander (Ship); Alfred (Ship); Alice (Bark); Alice Frazier (Bark); Alice Mandell (Ship); Almira (Ship); Alto (Bark); Amazon (Ship); Anadir (Bark); Arab (Bark); Atlas (Ship); Awashonks (Bark); Balaena (Ship); Barnstable (Ship); Benjamin Morgan (Ship); Black Warrior (Ship); Braganza (Ship); Bramin (Ship); Brighton (Ship); Brookline (Ship); California (Ship); Cambria (Ship); Chandler Price (Ship); Charles Carroll (Ship: 1844-1862); Cicero (Ship); Citizen (Ship: 1844-1861); Columbia (Ship: 1841-1859); Columbus (Bark: 1833-1864); Copia (Ship); Corinthian (Ship); Cornelius Howland (Ship); Covington (Bark); Cowper (Ship); Delta (Bark); Dover (Ship); Electra (Ship); Eliza Adams (Ship); Emerald (Ship: 1822-1857); Europa (Ship: 1851-1876); Frances Henrietta (Ship); Garland (Ship); General Scott (Ship); General Williams (Ship); George and Mary (Ship); George Washington (Ship: 1832-1856); Gideon Howland (Ship); Good Return (Ship); Gratitude (Ship: 1827-1854); Hansa (Ship: 1825-1854); Harvest (Bark: 1831-1861); Helen Augusta (Ship); Hellespont (Ship); Herald (Ship: 1798-1855); Hunter (Ship: 1851-1867); Isabella (Bark: 1844-1865); James Maury (Ship); James Titcomb (Ship); Janus (Ship: 1842-1872?); John Howland (Ship); Juniatta (Bark); Lagoda (Ship); Lemuel C. Richmond (Ship); Logan (Ship); Magnolia (Ship); Marcus (Ship); Marengo (Ship); Martha (Bark: 1816-1865); Mary and Martha (Ship); Mary Ann (Ship: Active 1838-1864); Mary Gardiner (Bark); Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Guam--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; New Zealand--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Wood
Downloads: 124
[texts][Arnolda (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by George F. Bauldry, on voyage 2 Jan. 1872 - 1 May 1876] - Arnolda (Bark)
Log, kept by unknown first mate, relating to whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea. Includes descriptions of types of whales (blackfish, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, killer, right, and sperm) and walrus seen or taken, accidents and deaths at sea, Arctic disaster, indigenous people, punishment on ship, rescues, shipboard medicine, and bounty paid for whales caught; and whale stamps, accounts of provisions used, and inventory of whale oil...
Keywords: Bauldry, George F; J.B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Punishment; Rescues; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whale oil; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Enderbury Atoll (Kiribati)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Islands, Bay of (N.Z.)--Description and travel; Juan Fernandez Islands--Description and travel; Nauru--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pernambuco (Brazil)--Description and travel; Pohnpei Island (Micronesia)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Yokohama-shi (Japan)--Description and travel
Downloads: 12
[texts][Gay Head (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Lewis H. Lawrence, on voyage from 2 Oct. 1860-12 Apr. 1865] - Gay Head (Ship)
Log, kept by Lewis H. Lawrence, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, South Pacific, and Arctic oceans; Includes descriptions of types of whales (blackfish, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, right, and sperm), seals, and walrus seen or taken, accidents at sea, mutiny, punishment on ship, shipboard medicine, desertions, and women on ship; and whale stamps, drawings, and list of provisions. Other places represented include Faial Island, Cape Verde, Saint Paul Island, Raoul Island, Niuatopu...
Keywords: J.B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Bowhead whale; Desertions, Naval; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Mutiny; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Ships--Equipment and supplies; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Apia (Samoa)--Description and travel; Arctic Archipelago (Nunavut and N.W.T.)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Cape Verde--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Hawaii--Description and travel; Niuatoputapu Island (Tonga)--Description and travel; Raoul Island (Kermadec Islands)--Description and travel; Saint Paul Island (Terres australes et antarctiques francaises)--Description and travel; South Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Sydney (N.S.W.)--Description and travel; Upolu (Samoa)--Description and travel; Lawrence, Lewis Henry, 1822 or 3-1901
Downloads: 10
[texts][Logbook of the Congress (Ship), of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John A. Castino, kept by James H. Sherman, on voyage from 1864 May 31-1867 May 15] - Congress (Ship); Sherman, James H. (James Henry), logkeeper

Keywords: Castino, John A; Jones, Edward Coffin, 1805-1880; Acors Barns (Bark); Addison (Bark); Adeline (Bark); Alto (Bark); Anaconda (Bark); America (Ship); Arnolda (Ship); Asa Eldridge (Ship); Asia (Ship); Aurora (Bark); Bartholomew Gosnold (Ship); Benjamin Cummings (Bark); Brunswick (Ship); Camilla (Bark); Canton Packet (Bark); Ceylon (Ship); Champion (Ship : 1833-1871); Clara Bell (Bark); Congress (Bark : 1863-1865); Coral (Bark); Corinthian (Ship); Courser (Bark); Daniel Wood (Bark); Eliza Adams (Ship); Elizabeth Swift (Bark); Emma C. Jones (Ship); Eugenia (Bark); Europa (Ship : 1851-1876); Fanny (Bark); Florida (Ship : 1827-1869); Gay Head (Ship); General Scott (Ship); George (Bark); George Howland (Ship); Governor Troup (Ship); Graces (Bark); Gustave (Ship); Hae Hawaii (Bark); Haw Hawze (Bark); Helen Snow (Bark); Illinois (Ship); J.D. Thompson (Bark); James Maury (Ship); Janus (Ship : 1842-1872?); Jireh Perry (Ship); John Dawson (Bark); John Howland (Bark); John P. West (Bark); John Wells (Bark); Joseph Maxwell (Bark); Kathleen (Bark); Lagoda (Bark); Lancer (Ship); Lydia (Bark); Martha (Bark); Massachusetts (Bark); Matilda Sears (Bark); Ice--Arctic regions; Seafaring life; Shipwrecks; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Anadyr, Gulf of (Russia)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Accounts; Crew lists; Illustrations; Logbooks; Jones, Edward Coffin, 1805-1880; Acors Barns (Bark); Addison (Bark); Adeline (Bark); Alto (Bark); Anaconda (Bark); America (Ship); Arnolda (Ship); Asa Eldridge (Ship); Asia (Ship); Aurora (Bark); Bartholomew Gosnold (Ship); Benjamin Cummings (Bark); Brunswick (Ship); Camilla (Bark); Canton Packet (Bark); Ceylon (Ship); Champion (Ship : 1833-1871); Clara Bell (Bark); Congress (Bark : 1863-1865); Coral (Bark); Corinthian (Ship); Courser (Bark); Daniel Wood (Bark); Eliza Adams (Ship); Elizabeth Swift (Bark); Emma C. Jones (Ship); Eugenia (Bark); Europa (Ship : 1851-1876); Fanny (Bark); Florida (Ship : 1827-1869); Gay Head (Ship); General Scott (Ship); George (Bark); George Howland (Ship); Governor Troup (Ship); Graces (Bark); Gustave (Ship); Hae Hawaii (Bark); Haw Hawze (Bark); Helen Snow (Bark); Illinois (Ship); J.D. Thompson (Bark); James Maury (Ship); Janus (Ship : 1842-1872?); Jireh Perry (Ship); John Dawson (Bark); John Howland (Bark); John P. West (Bark); John Wells (Bark); Joseph Maxwell (Bark); Kathleen (Bark); Lagoda (Bark); Lancer (Ship); Lydia (Bark); Martha (Bark); Massachusetts (Bark); Matilda Sears (Bark); Ice--Arctic regions; Seafaring life; Shipwrecks; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Anadyr, Gulf of (Russia)--Description and%2
Downloads: 90
[texts][Logbook of the Phillipe De La Noye (Ship), of Fairhaven, Mass., mastered by David G. Pierce, kept by William Childs, on voyage from 1852 Sept. 6-1855 Sept. 28] - Phillipe De La Noye (Ship); Childs, William, logkeeper

Keywords: Delano, Warren, 1809-1898; Pierce, David G., shipmaster; Active (Bark); Alexander (Ship); Alexander Coffin (Ship); Alfred Gibbs (Ship); Alice (Bark); Alice Frazier (Bark); Alice Mandell (Ship); Amazon (Ship); America; Anadir (Bark); Antelope (Ship); Art (Bark); Awashonks (Ship); Barnstable (Ship); Bartholomew Gosnold (Bark); Belle (Bark); Betsey Williams (Ship); Bowditch (Ship); Braganza (Ship); Brookline (Ship); Brutus (Ship); Cabinet (Ship); Callao (Ship); Canada (Ship); Candace (Bark); Caravan (Ship); Caroline (Ship : 1842-1859); Chariot (Ship); Citizen (Ship : 1844-1861); Cleone (Ship); Columbia (Ship : 1841-1859); Congress (Ship : 1831-1863); Constitution (Ship); Copia (Ship); Corinthian (Ship); Corinthian (Ship : 1822-1859); Cornelius Howland (Ship); Covington (Bark); Daniel Wood (Ship); Dartmouth (Ship); Delta (Bark); Draper (Ship); Eliza Adams (Ship); Ellen (Bark); Emily Morgan (Ship); Emma (Bark); Equator (Bark); Fanny (Bark); Favorite (Bark); Florida (Ship : 1827-1869); General Pike (Ship); General Scott (Ship); Gentleman (Bark); Gladiator (Ship); Globe (Bark); Good Return (Ship); Hannibal (Ship : 1822-1861); Harmony (Bark : Active 1852-1862); Harvest (Ship); Helen Augusta (Ship); Herald (Ship : 1818-1869); Hero (Ship : 1816-1861); Isabella (Bark : 1844-1865); James Maury (Ship); Jane Boyd (Bark); Janus (Bar
Downloads: 50
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